Before I begin, I’ll point out that yes, this is me on film. The webcam is atrocious, but it just about gets the point across. I’ve got no problems showing my face on camera, so once I’ve got a bunch of old reviews out of the way (stuff I’d already eaten before I got the camera) then you can look forward to seeing more of my ugly mug in pictures. I try to use various expressions to get my point across. Should be fun. 😀
Those of you who like to partake in recreational drug usage, will most likely be familiar with the term ‘munchies’, the term meaning when you’re high and become very hungry, and need ‘munchies’ (i.e. food) to satisfy your insatiable appetite. Here, munchies means something different, here it is a chocolate snack.
As you can (hopefully) tell from the pictures, what you get here is a long tube filled with 12 chocolate cubes. Each cube as a biscuit centre, which is then covered by caramel, and then covered again with a layer of milk chocolate. It sounds good, but I’ve had plenty of chocolate in the past that looked and sounded good, yet wasn’t at all.
In fact, these don’t even look good. The chocolate is a poor quality, sort of cheap looking and not too pleasant. The caramel is plentiful and quite thick, but the biscuit centre is…not good. It overpowers everything else with its…well, just bad taste.
I found that eating these in quick succession with just a few bites and then swallow was the best way to do it. They were actually tasty when I did that. But with my last few I had to savour them in different ways in order to get a good feel for the flavour. And quite honestly they were not good when savoured.
The sad thing about these is that they’re also quite expensive. As if Nestle are trying to make us believe these are a high class product or something. Well they’re not fooling me, these are just not that good at all.
The entire pack has 273 calories, 2g of Protein, 34g of Carbs and 13g of Fat.